Planters Mr. IPA-Nut Beer

Oct 26, 2018

Category: Vices

Any seasoned bar vet knows all about the complimentary peanuts of yore. Even though the classic move isn’t as pronounced as it used to be, the stigma still runs deep in the minds of watering hole devotees the world over.

So it only makes sense then that Planters would team up with Chicago-based Noon Whistle Brewing to bring forth this nutty craft brew IPA. Working to seamless pair tradition with innovation, each Planters Mr. IPA-Nut utilizes upward of 800 pounds of Planters peanuts in the brewing process combined with the likes of both Citra and Wakatu hops. What’s yielded is a citrusy India Pale Ale complete with subtle notes of honey-roasted peanuts, salt (naturally), and a savory finish that’ll leave you smirking like Mr. Peanut himself. Available now in select markets.

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